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09:00 - 9:30 Registration
9:30 - 9:40 Conference opening (Prof. J. Hraška)
09:40 - 11:00 Session A: Quality of Indoor Environment
S. DarulaSTN and EN criteria for daylight provisions in building interiors
U. PontEvaluation of thermal environment and indoor air quality in university libraries in Vienna
J. PašekImpact of façade coloring on light and temperature conditions of buildings, housing estates, and environment
F. VajkayAssessment of Daylighting Design Tools Against Test Cases Included in CIE's 171:2006 Report
L. Skoruppa et. al.Thermal comfort in a refurbished low-energy house: The OEKOHAUS case study
11:00 - 11:30 Coffee Break
11:30 - 13:00 Session B: Energy Performance Assessment of Buildings
R. Partika - M. KalousekComparison of modelled distribution of thermal fields at seasonal ground storage segments
F. KalmárExergy quality of buildings
A. Zöld - Z. SzalayThe nearly zero-energy requirements and the reference buildings
A. LakatosComparison of the thermal properties of different insulating materials
A. DudásBuilding physical, energetical and hygrothermal analysis of earth-sheltered building constructions
L. Skoruppa - S. Glawischnig - U. PontComparison of simulated and actual energy use of a hospital building in Austria
13:00 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 15:45 Session C: Building Envelopes
P. ĎuricaLong time testing of temperature parameters in selected lightweight wooden walls and windows
J. KrupicováOptimisation of swimming pool halls envelope with respect to thermal and moisture design
Z. SzalayOptimizing the refurbishment of the building envelope based on life cycle environmental impacts and global costs
F. SzkordiliszGreen microenvironment and passive cooling potential
B. Sommer - U. PontEnergy design by evolution - applying evolutionary computing to energy efficient architectural design
T. CsoknyaiEnergy consumption and CO2 emissions of buildings built with industrialized technology: the case of Debrecen and future trends
D. BečkovskýBRESET - Remote Sensing Technology for Building Physics Research of Structures
15:45 - 16:15 Coffee Break
16:15 - 18:00 Session D: Design of Sustainable Buildings and their Components
U. PontSemergy: Performance-guided building design and refurbishment with a semantically augmented optimization environment
D. BakonyiPossibilities of simulations in the planning of the retrofit of historical double skin windows
L. TakácsFire protection aspects of low-energy buildings
S. Hrabovszky-HorváthThe assessment of the refurbished reinforced concrete buildings in point of the climate change
K. SevernyakCost optimality and / or sustainability in our building's life
S. Glawischnig - F. TahmasebiThe influence of online weather forecast uncertainties on the performance of predictive zone controllers
A. CsíkAn expert system for computing the cost saving potential of buildings
14:00 - 15:30 Session E: Intelligent Buildings
This session will be held at the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Radlinského 11, 813 68 Bratislava in seminar room on 2nd floor in building C. In this session the results of the ongoing project No. ITMS 26240220072 entitled Centre of Excellence will be presented.


Abstract submission:


Notification of acceptance:

July 31, 2013



Submission of final contributions:

September 15, 2013

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